Deceptively Edited Audio

The artifact contains audio that has been deceptively edited or manipulated.

Deceptive audio editing is the practice of editing an audio artifact in such a way as to deceive future listeners, whether by cutting important material, adding additional material, re-ordering clips or scenes, downsampling or compressing, etc.


The Deceptively Edited Audio flag should be applied in cases where an audio artifact, or the audio track of a video artifact, has been deceptively edited in such a way that the edited audio and the original raw audio would convey two substantially different impressions to the average listener.